Sacramento, CA — Rehabilitation of Failed Corrugated Metal Pipe Spillways
Sacramento, CA CMP spillway
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In Sacramento, CA, the drainage department considered replacing existing pipe used for underthe-road storm drainage. Many of these structures have reached the end of their useful life because of deterioration of the corrugated metal pipes by corrosion. This Field Report presents an existing application where deteriorated pipes were rehabilitated using polyethylene pipe for sliplining existing corrugated metal pipe.
The Del Rio Road storm drainage spillway was constructed using a corrugated metal pipe (CMP) spillway. This CMP storm drainage spillway was deteriorating and presented a costly dilemma. Conventional removal of the old conduit, using excavation and replacement with a new pipe, is expensive and time consuming. There was a need to evaluate a less costly alternative repair method.